Conservation Agreements Epbc Act

By on April 9, 2021.

Note 2: Subsection B contains certain conditions for the conclusion of bilateral agreements. (b) the person knows that the measure will seriously harm the critical habitat of an endangered species (with the exception of a species classified for conservation) or a classified threatened ecological community; and (iv) the termination of the management plan would be detrimental to the conservation status of the species. Note 1: Section 46 deals with bilateral agreements that make statements described in paragraph 1, point b). (2) Without limitation of item 1, the Minister may decide, as a conservation theme, that priority must be given to the conservation of: (e) to ensure the conservation of its biodiversity, by negotiating provisions relating to the following provisions, such as: conservation agreements, directly between the Commonwealth and the landowner. Interested landowners should contact the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Environment (DAWE) directly. Here is a list of conservation agreements in place under the EPBC Act. Parts of these conservation agreements have not been disclosed for reasons of trust or because they contain culturally sensitive images. (c) to ensure the protection and conservation of cultural heritage; and (c) that the planned measure is of particular importance to local tradition and does not affect the conservation status of the migratory species concerned or the population of this species; or (a) the specified measure contributes significantly to cetacean conservation; or (b) promoting ecologically sustainable development through the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources from an environmental point of view; and (ii) cetacean observation does not affect the conservation status of a species or species and is not at odds with a recovery plan or wildlife protection plan for a cetacean species. A conservation agreement may require the owner of a site: 2. Before the date of the third anniversary of this Act, the Australian Fisheries Authority must enter into agreements with the Minister, in accordance with Section 146, to assess the impact of the measures on any issue protected by a third party provision, measures authorized by the Authority`s guidelines for the management of at least 2/3 of the fishery.

(c) the Minister considered all approved conservation recommendations for the species or the Community; and the decision to authorize, within the meaning of Section 20 or Section 20 bis, the adoption of a measure concerning a migratory species on the list, and the conditions that must be accompanied by such authorization, the Minister cannot act in contradiction with Australia`s obligations, under which the following conventions and agreements under which the species is mentioned: a conservation agreement may contain a declaration that the measures should not be approved under Part 9 of the EPBC Act 1999 on the protection of the environment and biodiversity. (i) information on all conservation themes defined by the Minister in accordance with Section 194 D should be given priority for the A-list evaluation period; and Commonwealth conservation agreements have two advantages: (a) the specified measure will make a significant contribution to the conservation of marine or other classified marine species; or publication of bilateral agreements and related documents (4) For the purposes of this section, elements of biodiversity that are important for its conservation and ecologically sustainable use are identified by taking into account the elements listed in Schedule I of the Convention on Biological Diversity.